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Syllabus20073 - INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING ENGR 101 FALL...

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INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING ENGR 101 FALL 2007 Syllabus Course Coordinator: Louise Yates RTH 110 x04530 yates@usc.edu Course Assistants: Donovan Schafer RTH 110 x04530 ddschafe@usc.edu Frank Hwang RTH 110 X04530 fhwang@usc.edu Rachel Morford RTH 110 X04530 morford@usc.edu Robbie Wright RTH 110 X04530 robertwr@usc.edu Office Hours: M – F by appointment Class Meetings: Lecture/Lab 10-11:50 T TH RTH 109/RTH 115 Required Text: Engineering Your Future: An Introduction to Engineering, Comprehensive Approach Oakes, Leone, Gunn, Great Lakes Press, 5 th Edition Additional Readings as assigned Method of Instruction: 2 hours per class, combination lecture and lab Content: Engineering 101 is a one-semester course designed to introduce you to the breadth of the engineering profession while providing information on a number of specific disciplines within engineering. A brief overview of the history of engineering, ethical and professional responsibilities, problem solving techniques and fundamentals of engineering teamwork and design will also be addressed. Organization and Timetable: This is a three-unit course and is divided into a total of four hours per week, combining lectures, lab sessions and group projects. Lectures, exams, and discussions will take place during class/laboratory
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This note was uploaded on 05/09/2009 for the course AME 150L taught by Professor Domaradzki during the Spring '08 term at USC.

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